Travel, boarding, catering, flowers, are just some of the many businesses disrupted by the postponement and cancellation of wedding around the world. How should you plan moving forward? And can weddings exists in a virtual world? We get insights from one of the best wedding planners in the business.
COVID-19 is changing every aspect of life right now, and that includes big events that have been in the works for months, even years. Weddings are no exception. Many people have had to cancel or postpone their wedding, which causes many ripple effects. Along with the emotional stress, there are flight & hotel cancellations, deposits lost, figuring out the right future date, etc. With so much uncertainty, it makes planning very challenging.
In today's episode, we talk with world-renowned wedding planner, Michelle Rago of Michelle Rago Destinations. She shares with us how the industry has been affected, what to think about when planning a wedding, and what the future looks like.
We'd like to thank the couples at the beginning of the episode for sharing their stories. We wish you all the best.
If you're a couple who's had to postpone or cancel your wedding due to COVID-19, Love Stories TV is providing assistance. Email email@example.com for venue and vendor recommendations.
Our music for today's episode is brought to you by Blue Dot Sessions. Intro music was composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by All of Bach, a project of the Netherlands Bach Society.
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